Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by cosmophonic12, Sep 8, 2016.
Last night's.. Cucumber, orange, spinach, banana, and almond milk smoothie.
Coors light. The slightly less trashy light beer.
Remove the cucumber and spinach and replace them with some rum.
I could get into the smoothie thing.
Since I’m in the Rockies tonight, I thought it would be fitting to drink Coors!
Strawberry, banana and cucumber smoothie, and sorry no rum lol. Doctors orders, no alcohol unfortunately. I did sneak a beer a couple weeks ago though.
Candlepin Castle Island APA, a nice full flavored session American Pale Ale; and chaser of Bulleit Rye.
Another breakfast beer, Blueberry Frosted Pastry DIPA with Blueberries, cinnamon , and allspice from Decadent Ales, brewed and canned by Dorchester Brewing Co. Boston Mass. for Decadent Ales and distributed by 12%. Blueberry muffins is what I smell. Flavor starts the same with a sweet but sour blueberry and caramel maple hint. It has a beer flavor, a malty, hoppy base but the additions rule here. The bitter in the middle has a cinnamon note but it finishes with allspice. This one I like, I would like to taste the base beer before all the additions, it has to be good.
You should make your own beer. And make a magazine reviewing beer. Excellent review as always.
Phantasmagoria DIPA by Krebs Brewing Co. in Krebs OK. Real citrus bomb to the nose, ripe orange, blood orange, smells really sweet. Flavor is a big citrus up front, ripe orange and grapefruit then maybe a little melon. Nice backbone of maltiness with a boozy touch, Finishes dry with a hint of pine, something green flavor, slight coconut flavor comes on as it warms. Really good beer, has distinct flavor changes as you drink.
Everybody Wants Some!! DIPA brewed with Azacca hops. Brewed and canned for Hoof Hearted Brewing at Great South Bay Brewery in Bay Shore NY and distributed by 12%. Light citrus aromas with a hint of fresh cut grass, maybe that was just the neighbor mowing? Get some not so ripe grapefruit notes up front, citrusy, peachy, grassy, lots of hop going on here. Finishes with a resiny green fizzy dry note. Suck it up and spend the money on this one, a unique hop flavor I will look for again.
Public Access On Air DIPA brewed and canned by Dorchester Brewing Co. Boston Mass. For Public Access Liquids. Citrus on the lemon end for aroma, a bit of a malty note as well. Flavor is tough, so much, so good, so different but so familiar. Has that tropical fruit, mango, papaya, sweet but a ripe sweet not a sugar sweet. There is a nice malty backbone with a hint of caramel. A nice mild dry finish, lemon type dry, not too dry but enough that your ready for another swig right away. Very smooth and creamy in the mouth but doesn't feel as heavy in the gut as it does the mouth. I'm hoping there are a couple of these left when I make the next beer run.
Space Camper IPA by Boulevard Brewing Co in KC Missouri. A basic IPA aroma, malty with some citrusy pine notes. Flavor is much juicier up front, lots of tropical flavor then into the malty backbone and a dry hop finish with a pithy and piney flavor. Not a bad beer, an easy one to drink real fast.
Cryo-Hero IPA (I asked my son, who’s visiting from Chicago, to bring home some beer). It was a good choice.
I found an 8 pack of Lucky Lager on my computer desk! hiding under the pile of industrial music CD's.
Did We Just Become Best Friends? DIPA, brewed and canned for Hoof Hearted Brewing at Great South Bay Brewery in Bay Shore NY and distributed by 12%. Smells peachy, literally like peach juice, hint of malt and citrus as well. Flavor fills your mouth instantly, all the tropical juices, like a flavor bomb. Kind of a Juicy Fruit gum vibe, with a nice light malt background that carries to the pithy dry at the end. Very full and creamy in the mouth with a little fizz on the tongue but sits light in my belly, at 8% ABV you don't really notice any alcohol. I'm not a fan of the cutesy label art and name but even I can bend a little when beer taste this good, I will buy more!
Twisted Galaxy DIPA by Toppling Goliath Brewing in Decorha Iowa. I can smell some lemony piney dankness. Flavor is a lemon pith pineapple up front. Some juicy orange and melon in the middle and a dry pithy end but it doesn't leave that dry finish for long, turns to a real clean lemonade flavor. As it warms the malt flavor starts to come in. A very good IPA but TG has several other offerings I would choose over this one.
presenting the first ever drink from The BushLab......(my dank kitchen)
a tall shot glass, , dipped in MARMITE, then dipped in cayenne pepper , and filled with Jägermeister.
lick the shot glass clean of Marmite and Cayenne then slam the shot.
next is very experimental........involves liquid nitrogen.....
fill a celery salt rimmed shot glass with Jaegermeister, then take a long toothpick, put 2 strong green olives onto it, pat dry with towel and dip into Marmite.....coat the olives evenly. Dip into liquid Nitrogen very quickly.......and place into the shot glass.
I call it the Deer Pellet Shot.
no pics yet......SOON!
its AMAZING! this one will take off......it clearly smashes the long time record of the The Cement Mixer shot....